The JDBC driver has several different modes of operation. The schema-unaware mode is when the driver behaves as a pass-through for sql statements, and usually used in a Subscriber-only setup. This article shows policies and methodologies that allow you to use it in publisher-only mode, and can be modified to allow full bi-directional sync in schema-unaware mode.
This AppNote by Jon Hardman is a demonstration of how Identity Manager can support any RDMS database that works with SQL and JDBC connectivity.
This article from Geoff Carman shows you how to issue SQL calls from Policy Builder in Identity Manager.
Geoff Carman explains how to work around a loading problem when you are using custom descriptor files with the JDBC driver.
Geoff Carman explains how to get proper version matching between the IDM JDBC driver and an Oracle JDBC driver.
In this AppNote, Michel Bluteau explains how to create an Oracle triggerless driver for IDM 3.5 that’s scalable and effective.
Father Ramon is back with another tip on using aux classes in Identity Manager.